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Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival
Mud pit first victim of Hidden Beach crackdown. Hot skinny-dippers may be next.
How Minnesota musicians revived '60s rockers the Monks
'Old Joy' finds hope within a dying tradition
Alienation equals authenticity in Sound Unseen's rock docs
Sound Unseen is a nostalgist's toyland
Before they could blink, it was coming at them, fast and flickering, from 40 countries at once — the Minneapolis-St Paul International Film Festival 2006
'The Squid and the Whale' swims under the surface of divorce
Beautiful (mostly) and all yours, our sneek peek at the 6th Annual 'Sound Unseen'
The seductive star of '2046' reveals the method of his mood
'Last Days' wanders the woods of grunge
'Hustle & Flow' gives props to a pimp's upbeat rap
The sort-of true story of a Minneapolis man who made his mom into a movie, plus two local trailers, and 36 reviews from around the globe
Two Accounts of How Porn Went Pop
City Pages writers look back on 25 years of arts criticism, and the sentences that still make us cringe
The world makes out all right at the International Film Festival
Film as a weapon in a time of war: Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival coverage.
Fear is the driving force at this year's Sundance Film Festival
The naked truth about putting together a regional showcase like the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival. And a revealing body of blurbs about the best and the not-best of the fest.
Jean-Luc Godard's jubilant Band of Outsiders seems as fresh today as in 1964
The second annual edition of “Sound Unseen” highlights the subversive side of music making in the era of media consolidation.
A critic and a curator butt keyboards over the Rohmer retrospective
Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge takes the search for art to the bank.
The money swapping was typically dubious. The movies were surprisingly bold. A story treatment from Hollywood's mountain outpost, Sundance 2001.
From escapist entertainment to aesthetic ecstasy: Twenty-nine writers script valentines to twelve months of culture
U Film Society's Jewish Film Festival delivers a celluloid shalom for the age of kabala chic
Movie theaters used to have majestic screens, rocking chairs, and real butter. Some still do.
It Only Takes a Spark:Former- Minneapolitan-turned-director Garret Williams.
Makers who mattered in 1995